Central Valley Justice Coalition got some great press from KSEE 24/CBS 47 last week at the 7th Annual Conference on Human Trafficking in Fresno. (click the link to be redirected to the video)
Advocates say there were more than 250 reported trafficking cases in the valley the past five years. Wednesday, almost 400 joined together to stand for freedom, and raise awareness.
It’s a simple action with a big impact.
One picture, placed on a board with dozens of others.
They’re faces of those standing together against human trafficking in the valley.
“It’s a way for us to, to inspire individual advocates and activists so they feel like they’re not alone,” Central Valley Justice Coalition Executive Director Ryan Townsend said.
Townsend’s group is just one of many advocates at this year’s “Conference Against Human Trafficking.”